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FontSelector 1.3

FontSelector is a simple freeware font viewer for the 32-bit Windows.


Last Week downloads: 2
Total downloads: 415
  • Last Updated: Apr 27, 2008
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows 2000/98/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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4 out of 5 based on 1 ratings for FontSelector 1.3

For FontSelector 1.3Publisher's description


FontSelector is a Photo & Image software developed by ConquerWare. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for FontSelector:

EditByBSEditor: FontSelector is a simple freeware Font Viewer for the 32-bit Windows Family (Windows 95, 98, NT4 and NT5). It gives you a quick and easy way to browse and print all your installed fonts.

I've tried to make this program as simple as possible. Therefore I decided to split the program into four tabs - If you just want to browse your fonts, use the first tab. If you want a little information about a selected font, click the second tab. If you want to change some of the settings, click the third-tab and finally, if you want to know something about, where you can get the newest release, click the fourth tab.

Version 1.3
-quickView menu wasn't showing all fonts correctly - fixed.
-Added a QuickView popup-menu showing all fonts when FontSelector is located in your TrayBar.
-Cursor will Now change to a 'handpoint' when hovered above homepage and email links.
-When started minimized it would minimize main window - fixed.
-FontSelector now shows a font in its different types of scripts (charsets) instead of just showing a list of them.
-All settings were apparently not stored - fixed.
-It wasn't possible to open fonts (using FontView) under Windows NT and 2000 systems - fixed.
-Added small images to popup menus.
you can free download FontSelector 1.3 now.


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